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Exacq Technologies, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, a manufacturer of video management system (VMS) software and servers used for CCTV, has released version 5.10 of its exacqVision VMS software. The latest version introduces support for exacqVision ESM, more two-way audio, and new and updated IP camera integrations.
Version 5.10 adds support for the new exacqVision ESM (Enterprise System Manager) product sold separately from Exacq Technologies. The ESM server software monitors the health and status of exacqVision servers and cameras on the network. Users can access the ESM interface through most web browsers running on a computer or mobile device. With the ESM application, exacqVision users insttly receive an email notification in the event of a system error or warning, for most uptime of servers and reduced software maintenance time. ESM is supported on exacqVision systems with an exacqVision Enterprise VMS license. This includes an IP camera using the exacqVision Edge software which allows it to operate as an IP camera and an exacqVision server.
exacqVision 5.10 expands the two-way audio feature to include support for IP cameras from Axis Communications and Arecont Vision. CCTV users now have a number of ways to communicate with people on their property by using the resources on their exacqVision VMS network.
Over 150 new camera models are now supported from the exacqVision VMS with the release of 5.10. The software now integrates with 1650 IP cameras. This release adds direct driver support for new cameras from Axis, Arecont Vision, Samsung, Sony, Hikvision, Ganz and Pelco as well as support for the new Illustra Flex and Illustra iAPI3 line of IP cameras from American Dynamics. A number of new cameras are now supported via the ONVIF driver. A complete list of supported cameras can be found on the Exacq web site.
For more on this exacqVision software release and other new updates and offerings, go to www.exacq.com.